Inspired by Max B’s 2009 unreleased and unnamed song with engineer-producer MasarTv, French Montana made sure to keep the wave going after getting access to the song by Max. French ultimate tried to bring the wave to the stage as a surprise during HOT 97’s Summer Jam but was unable to get the pass granted for Max who would have been released from prison for few hours during the show. Read full review on thesource.com
In celebration of the project’s release, the Bronx native drops the visuals for his “A Lie” track, which features The Weeknd, as well as his longtime companion, Max B.
Inspired by Max B’s 2009 unreleased and unnamed song with engineer-producer MasarTv, French Montana made sure to keep the wave going after getting access to the song by Max.
Co-directed by French himself, the visual stars him and The Weeknd cruising around the streets of NY with some stunning women, chilling on a yacht, and partying with A$AP Rocky.
French Montana teams up with The Weeknd and Max B on his latest single, “A Lie”, and you can stream it right here! A$AP Rocky and Nav cameo in the video, representing French’s NY and The Weeknd’s Toronto, respectively. Read more on bulhufas.com
Still rolling on the same tempo stairs, this next slow-trapper, “Trippin” is produced by Ben Billions and talks about Montana`s cold-headed status. “I Ain`t Trippin` On A Bitch” tells of a rapper`s focus on his game and true emotions. A lot better energy can be found in catchy-made 2009 instrumental made by MasarTv and Harry Fraud. “A Lie” features Max B and The Weeknd and forces the story of originality and power. Read full review on hiphopsavvy.com
French Montana’s new album Jungle Rules is officially here, and the project’s standout track is “A Lie” featuring The Weeknd and Max B. Co-produced by MasarTv and Harry Fraud, the song is French and The Weeknd’s second collaboration (after 2013’s “Gifted”), as well as the first time The Weeknd has worked with Max B. It’s one of two tracks that Harry Fraud produced on Jungle Rules, with the Pharrell Williams-assisted “Bring Dem Things” being the other. Read full review on genius.com
Just days leading up to his incarceration in 2009, Max B recorded a song that was never released with engineer-producer MasarTv. While the track was kept locked away for nearly 8 years, French Montana was granted access to the song Max, who he tried to land a few hours of freedom last month, for Hot 97’s Summer Jam. Well, French is celebrating the release of his sophomore album, Jungle Rules, and drops an official music video for the previously mentioned single, “A Lie.” Featuring The Weeknd and the Wave God, take a look at the epic music visual above. Read full review on onsmash.com
Back in 2009, Max B recorded a track that was never released with engineer-producer MasarTv, following the recording session, Max B got arrested. While the track was kept locked away for nearly 8 years, French Montana was granted access to the track Max, who he tried to land a few hours of freedom last month, for Hot 97’a Summer Jam. Well, French Montana is celebrating the release of his sophomore album, “Jungle Rules,” and drops an official video for “A Lie,” featuring The Weekend and Max B. Read full review on www.rapseedtv.com
Comme promis, le nouveau clip de French Montana ‘A Lie’ vient de sortir ! Au programme, le visuel pour le titre issu de son dernier album ‘Jungle Rules’ et en featuring avec nul autre que The Weeknd et Max B nous emmène directement dans la Big Apple pour une journée comme on les aiment. En effet, bateau, filles et party sont au rendez-vous pour un titre pas si nouveau que ça…L’histoire derrière le titre ‘A Lie’ a commencé en 2009 lorsque l’ingénieur du son, Masar, a enregistré le couplet de Max B dans son studio chez lui. Malheureusement, en raison de l’incarcération de ce dernier, la chanson n’a jamais été dévoilée et a été gardée par MasarTv pendant près de 8 ans. Aujourd’hui, deux poids lourds du Hip-Hop US ont remis à l’instigateur de la culture Wave les joyaux qu’il mérite. Lire l’article sur badmood-mag.com
En la producción se sitúan tanto Harry Fraud como Masar Tv, componiendo un sonido frenético y ondulante repleto de ritmos trap, perfecto para poner patas arriba cualquier club. Leer artículo sobre themedizine.com